Staff Resources

Teachers & Copyright – Fair Dealing Decision Tool – what does Canadian copyright law allow you to do?|
CBC – Curio.cathousands of programs, documentaries, audio content and archival material from CBC/Radio-Canada.
National Film Board Campus – collection of 5,200 documentaries, animated films, interactive productions, and short films in English and French
Checkology – free for now!  Can your students tell the difference between fact and fiction?
New York Times Op-Docs – Documentaries on a range of subjects.
ELearningOntario – high school courses
NeoK12 – Free Educational Videos, Lessons and Games for K-12 School Kids

Indigenous Resources
Indigenous Storybookspublicly available video, audio, and other digital files (Canadian site)
Evaluating Indigenous Education Resources for Classroom Use – article by Sara F. Davidson / questions to consider when reviewing Indigenous education resources

An Introduction to Graphic Novels – ReadWriteThink
Purdue Online Writing Lab – grades 7 to 12
Teaching Shakespeare – The Globe Theatres

Physical and Health Education
Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Interactive Simulations – by University of Colorado at Boulder
Science Flix – Scholastic (to grade 9)
UBC Geering Up – Resources for Teachers
Science World – At home activities and labs that explore many scientific topics Search by Grade Level, Topic and Language

Social Studies
Historica Canada:
     Residential Schools Podcast (3 parts)
     Residential Schools in Canada: History and Legacy education guide
     Residential Schools in Canada: A Timeline
The 1619 Project – re-examining the legacy of Black slavery in America
American Psychological Association Journals
A Focus on History, Literacies and ICT – Jamie Mackenzie
The Rush to BC
Resources for the Media-Savvy SS Classroom – BCSSTA